Jan 10 1919
Dear Mrs. Markham:
Your letter written a month ago has wandered about after me, reaching me incredibly late. I’d come for you gladly – but you see where I am: teaching verse-writing and other things in the University of California....
PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT OF AUTUMN CONFERENCE OF THE INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCIALIST SOCIETY to be held at BELLPORT, LONG ISLAND September 18-24, 1917.
You are cordially invited to attend the Autumn Conference of the Intercollegiate...
LOS ANGELES WEST BRANCH
I didn't expect to send you another circular this spring; but it appears that I have written another book!
So many persons have been asking me for something on the...
April 23, 1925.
To FRIENDS OF THE RADICAL AND LABOR MOVEMENT:
The American Fund for Public Service has voted to finance the publication of a series of standard works of literature and education in the service...
Mr. Edward Markham,
New York City
Esteemed Friend and Fellow Worker: I am sending you under separate cover a copy of Oklahoma’s New Constitution which I hope will meet with your approval. I have heard that the Boston...
Transcript of letter: October 22, 1940. Dear Mr. Klapper: I have not yet answered your letters of October 2nd and the 9th because we have been receiving various instructions from Switzerland up to yesterday, and therefore were not in a position to...
Paul tells his family how happy receiving mail makes him. He says that the men who receive newspapers or magazines are very popular on mail day, but not as popular as those who receive candy or cigarettes. Paul describes an impromptu barbecue and...
Cigarettes; Military maneuvers; Military mobilizations; Military camps; Photographs;
Bill describes his joy at receiving one of Marjorie's letters, aside from getting cigarettes. He wants to meet her when he gets home and will picket her house if she doesn't send him a photograph soon. He says that he is waiting to take a shower...
Postal service; Postal service employees; Correspondence; War; Sunburns; Machine guns; Cannons; Military life;
Jim describes to his mother the excitement of receiving mail and, as he writes the letter, the postman is standing on a barrel calling out recipients' names. Jim says that he just stepped outside and he can hear the cannon fire and see flashed on...
Four-page letter dated September 17, 1854, from D. McF. [Daniel McFarland] in Sauk City [Wisconsin] to Lysander Spooner [probably in Boston, Massachusetts], describing his circumstances in Wisconsin, and his plans to move further West.